Kyle Higgins

REVIEW: Justice Inc: The Avenger: Faces of Justice #3

Publisher: Dynamite
Writer: Kyle Higgins and Joe Gentile
Artist: Alexandre Shibao
Colourist: Natalia Marques
Release Date: 18 October 2017

Price: $3.99

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REVIEW: Magnus #4

Publisher: Dynamite
Writer: Kyle Higgins
Artist: Jorge Fornes
Colourist: Chris O’Halloran
Release Date: OUT NOW!

Price: $3.99

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HADRIAN’S WALL—A murder mystery out of this world

Image Comics is pleased to announce that Kyle Higgins, Alec Siegel, and Rod Reis, the creators behind the bestselling C.O.W.L. series, have launched another hit series in HADRIAN’S WALL. Issue #1 is being sent back to print in order to keep up with increased customer demand.

When an astronaut on HADRIAN’S WALL is murdered, pill-popping detective Simon Moore is dispatched to investigate the ship’s crew… including his own ex-wife. But if Simon’s not careful, what he finds could make the interstellar Cold War go red hot.  Continue reading

REVIEW: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #4

Publisher: BOOM! Studios
Writer: Kyle Higgins
Artist: Hendry Prasetya
Colourist: Matt Herms
Release Date: OUT NOW!

Price: $3.99

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REVIEW: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #1

Publisher: Boom! Studios
Writer: Kyle Higgins
Artist: Hendry Prasetya
Editor: Dafna Pleban
Release Date: OUT NOW!
Price: $3.99

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BOOM! Studios Launches Power Rangers Publishing Program with Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #0

If you were a kid in the early ’90s, chances are Saban’s Mighty Morphin Power Rangers television series had a significant impact on your childhood. The iconic superhero franchise is a multi-generational, globally recognized pop-culture phenomenon and has seen continued success for more than 22 years. This coming January, award-winning publisher BOOM! Studios is partnering with Saban Brands to bring the fun and adventure of the original Mighty Morphin Power Rangers team to modern day with Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #0, written by Kyle Higgins (Batman Eternal, Nightwing) and illustrated by Hendry Prasetya (Green Lantern, Power Girl). Continue reading

The Golden Age Is Over in C.O.W.L.

Superheroes Face Change in 1960s Chicago in New Graphic Novel

The Chicago Organized Workers League once stood as the embodiment of the Golden Age of superheroes — a union for Chicago’s best hopes against the scourges of organized crime and supervillainy. But in C.O.W.L. VOLUME 1: PRINCIPLES OF POWER by Kyle Higgins, Alec Siegel, and Rod Reis, it’s 1962, and everything has changed. The last of the supervillains has been defeated, the public is cynical, and scandal and corruption plague the once-irreproachable organization. Continue reading

C.O.W.L. called MAD MEN-esque

Second Issue of Hit New Superhero Series Sells Out Immediately, Rushed to a Second Print

The second issue of Kyle Higgins (Batman, Nightwing), Alec Siegel (Captain America, Avengers), and Rod Reis’ (Justice League) all-new ongoing series C.O.W.L. has sold out and is being fast-tracked to a second printing! The tone of the superhero comic, which is frequently compared to that of Mad Men and The Wire, has been praised by critics and leading industry professionals alike. In order to meet customer demand, a second printing of the new superhero comic will be available on 7/23. Continue reading

Superhero labor union C.O.W.L. wins public favor

The All-New Superhero Series Sells Out Immediately, Rushed To Second Print

Kyle Higgins (Batman, Nightwing), Alec Siegel (Captain America, Avengers), and Rod Reis’ (Justice League) all-new ongoing series C.O.W.L. has garnered early praise across the comics community and sold out instantly at the distributor level. In order to meet customer demand, Image Comics is pleased to announce a second printing of the new superhero comic will be available on 6/25. Continue reading

C.O.W.L. Enthusiasm Soars

The World’s First Superhero Labor Union Already Stealing The Hearts of Critics and Top Comics Industry Creators

Join Kyle Higgins (Batman, Nightwing), Alec Siegel (Captain America, Avengers), and Rod Reis (Justice League) in their all-new ongoing Image Comics series C.O.W.L., set in 1960s Chicago. Continue reading